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Stronger Than The Storm. New Jersey Official Lyrics.

Storm-Sign

 

 

STRONGER THAN  THE STORM

A TRIBUTE TO NEW JERSEY

BY: Damien LeGallienne

 

SPOKEN: The beaches washed away

But they’ll be coming back someday

We’re working hard to make that dream come true

 

SPOKEN: When the roller coaster fell

We could soon hear Jersey yell

“We will rebuild it and ride again someday.”

CHORUS: Because we’re stronger than the storm

Stronger than the storm

We’re New Jersey and we’re stronger than the storm

Yeah, we’re stronger than the storm

And we’ll soon regain our form

Ortley Beach and Mantoloking are stronger than the storm

 

Hurricanes they come and go

But New Jersey has a glow

From Elizabeth and Linden

To the Cowtown rodeo

Have a pepperoni pizza

Jersey shops will take your Visa

 

From the gays in Ocean Grove

Where LGBT people drove

When they feared their homes were washed away

But for now they’re here to stay

Even though the Methodists who own the place

Would like to see them in the bay.

 

 

CHORUS: Because we’re stronger than the storm

Stronger than the storm

We’re New Jersey and we’re stronger than the storm

 

Yeah, we’re stronger than the sea

Even when it snaps a tree

Soon the calzone will be hot

And the beaches won’t be free.

 

Yeah we’re stronger than the storm

That freaking Jersey storm

Soon we’ll be back home in Seaside

Where the Guidos and Guidettes reside

When the summer comes gulls squawk

And we feed them fries and talk

How we’re stronger than the storm

As we stroll…on….the…..boardwalk.

Cause we’re stronger than the storm.

3 Comments
  1. This absolutely sucks, but not as much as the original song.

  2. Are you a 12 year old boy? That’s who usually re-writes song lyrics, middle school boys. Please don’t do this anymore, its so corny I’m gonna have to have a drink to get the bad taste out of my mouth.

  3. Hey, look at the bright side. At least the writer is not somebody who drinks because they have the misery of living in Old Bridge like you, right? And it could be even worse than that – what if you lived in Browntown. OMG!

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